Google is addressing some of the early criticisms of its highly anticipated Nexus One.
Looks like Steve Jobs gave his own version of a State of the Union address.
Despite the 24 percent drop in handset sales, Motorola is actually doing pretty well for itself.
Apple's release of the new iPhone SDK came with a little surprise, namely an open VoIP API that will enable applications like Skype to operate over 3G.
Google yesterday rolled out a new browser-based HTML5 version of its popular Google Voice service.
China tried Wednesday to assure mobile phone companies using Google's Android operating system that they won't be hurt by a dispute over Web censorship...
The FCC has begun a formal inquiry into the fees carriers charge their subscribers who end their contract early. The inquiry follows last week’s launch of the FCC’s Consumer Task Force, which was formed to protect the rights of wireless consumers.
I have plenty of gadgets, so the thought of buying and carrying a separate GPS navigational device never appealed to me. Yet the thought of getting lost appealed to me even less.
Apple is in talks with Microsoft about integrating Bing as the default search engine on the iconic device...
A decision is made on which Android phone to buy.
According to several online reports, Google is holding the release of two Android phones slated for Chinese carrier China Unicom.
Google's entry into online wireless retail sparks traffic for some others.
Flurry Analytics has taken a shot at how will the phone did in the first five days since launch.
Developers finally got the green light to start working with all of what Android has to offer.
The implications of Google's Nexus One and retail model.
T-Mobile USA and Google are looking into widespread customer complaints that the Nexus One is having difficulty connecting to 3G networks.
LAS VEGAS—Not to be outdone by anyone at the year’s annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES), AT&T came out swinging at its Annual Developer’s Conference today.
Fears that Google’s Nexus One announcement would wreak havoc upon the stock of other rivals in the smartphone space were put to rest. By mid-afternoon Eastern time today, shares in rivals such as Research In Motion (RIM), Apple and Nokia were barely touched.
Google’s press event today, wherein the Internet giant officially entered the mobile hardware market with a “good” Android phone (the Nexus One), was a tad anti-climactic if you were looking for something truly revolutionary.
Google tomorrow may announce what is perhaps the most highly anticipated Android smartphone ever.
Two consumer groups have asked the Federal Trade Commission to block Google’s $750 million purchase of mobile advertising company AdMob
The latest reports about the Nexus One complicate the Android buying process.
AdMob has released its latest metrics report, revealing impressive global growth of the iPhone, as well as the immediate impact of new Android devices in its November 2009 AdMob Mobile Metrics Report.
A Google company blog post over the weekend raised questions as to whether a new phone being tested by Google employees is just a way for employees to improve upon the Android operating system or is an actual prototype that will be released in 2010.